The 4 star Five Burnham Guest House, situated at the foot of the rolling green sugar cane fields of Kwa-Zulu Natal, offers luxury accommodation for both leisure and business stays. The nearby warm Indian Ocean is home to vibrant shipping, trade and a variety of water activities and relaxation. The beach is within 500 metres from the beach as the crow flies.
The boutique guesthouse offers 5 individually decorated and themed bedrooms, designed to complement the tranquil atmosphere and to reflect the charm of a classic colonial ambiance.Each spacious room is well equipped with a luxury en-suite bathroom, colour satellite television with remote control, air conditioning, ceiling fan, hair dryer, electric razor plug, mini bar and a bathroom with a separate glass shower.
The property has 24-hour closed circuit television channels, a daily newspaper delivery on request and a safety deposit box for valuables. The dining courtyard accommodates up to 14 guests. A scrumptious continental buffet and English breakfast is served daily. An array of tantalizing lunch and dinner menus can be prepared on request. Guests can look forward to relaxing at the sparkling swimming pool which is set in a landscaped garden filled with colorful flowers and there is also a calming water feature. The barbeque is ideal for outdoor dining.
Deposits are not refundable in the event of cancellation or non arrival.
Beach Nearby, CoffeeTea Maker, Near Golf Course, Restaurant, Swimming Pool, Tourism attractions, Town / City Centre, Town / City Outskirts
PricePrice : 750.00 ZAR - 2,600.00 ZAR p/p sharing
- Air conditioning
- BBQ | Braai Facilities
- Catering By Arrangement
- Mini Bar
- MNet / Satellite TV
- Private Garden / Patio
- Room Cleaning Service
- Safe Deposit
- Swimming Pool
Beach, Bird watching, Botanical, Eco & Nature, Fishing, Guided Tours, Hiking, Horse Riding, Leisure, Marine, Mountain Biking, Outdoor, Swimming Pool, Water Sports
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With ecosystems ranging from steamy sub-tropical forests and mangrove swamps to snow-clad mountains with a whole lot between, KwaZulu-Natal is probably South Africa’s most diverse province. South Africa’s biggest port is situated in a city that revels in a fascinating mix of Asian, European and African influences. Durban has the largest Indian population of any